$25K Reward Offered in Slaying of Robert Salas - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

$25K Reward Offered in Slaying of Robert Salas

Man shot inside his car while waiting for his mother after work



    Dallas police say they're offering a $25,000 reward to solve the murder of 28-year-old Robert Salas outside a Marshall's store May 18, 2012. (Published Friday, June 8, 2012)

    Crime Stoppers has raised the reward for information in the shooting death of a man in a department store parking lot.

    Robert Salas, 28, was shot and killed May 18 while waiting outside the Marshall's store in the 3400 block of West Illinois Avenue to pick up his mother from work.

    His mother, Rosie Salas, found her only son in his car with two gunshot wounds.

    Crime Stoppers said Friday that two donors came forward offering $10,000 each, raising the reward for information leading to an arrest in the case from $5,000 to $25,000.

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    Dallas police said they need the public's help to solve the case.

    "Right now, we don't have any leads that suggest what took place at that time, and we need the help of the community with that," Deputy Chief Sherryl Scott said. "It's been frustrating for us, and it's especially been frustrating for the family because we need to solve this case. We need to know what happened."

    Family members told NBC 5 in May that no surveillance cameras recorded the shooting.

    Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers at 214-373-TIPS(8477) or the Dallas Police Homicide Unit at 214-671-3661. The identity of tipsters will remain anonymous.